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Joyous Vision of a Happy Family

Posted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 2:37 pm
by Barry
I was just walking back to the office from my afternoon break and passed by a very happy family. It was a guy I work with and his male partner with their adopted son (they adopted him when he was a baby......he's probably about five or so now). They all looked so happy.

I couldn't help but think how unfortunate it would be for the child if he were legally denied that love.

Re: Joyous Vision of a Happy Family

Posted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 2:39 pm
by Corlyss_D
Barry Z wrote:I was just walking back to the office from my afternoon break and passed by a very happy family. It was a guy I work with and his male partner with their adopted son (they adopted him when he was a baby......he's probably about five or so now). They all looked so happy.

I couldn't help but think how unfortunate it would be for the child if he were legally denied that love.
No pics? :cry:

Posted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 2:41 pm
by jbuck919
I'm sure that Cardinal Rigali will agree and immediately restore the placement service of Catholic Charities.

Re: Joyous Vision of a Happy Family

Posted: Wed Jun 14, 2006 2:49 pm
by Barry
Corlyss_D wrote:No pics? :cry:
Photography just isn't my gig. I've never owned a camera. I usuallly buy a couple of the $10 one-time cameras when I go on vacation.

It would have made a good photo though :wink: . In fact, it was so perfect that I can envision it in an ad put out by a pro-gay adoption group. They were all laughing and both parents were playing with the kid as they walked down the street.

I actually disagree with a lot of what this guy writes, but he strikes me as someone who really has his act together. I have little doubt that they're providing a good home for a child who may not have had one if this adoption weren't legally permissable